There is no spotting! I am worried about side effects; increased heart rate of fetus and/or mother, nausea (already nauseous), dizziness, flushing. I'm worried it's so early and since no spotting, why take such a drug to prevent miscarriage. Is miscarriage a real danger if no spotting? contractions were seen on ultrasound. All else normal. Drug was recommended by Ultrasound person who is a radiologist MD. This is in The Philippines; I don't trust the level of expertise.
Isoxsuprine - Is Isoxysuprine HCL ok to give a pregnant woman at 11 weeks 4 contractions?
- 29 Dec 2010 by jcbluze
- nausea/vomiting, hairy cell leukemia, isoxsuprine, pregnancy, side effect
Added 29 Dec 2010:
I prefer to remain as drug free as possible! The MD asked if I felt any pain when he saw the contractions. I said, "A little."
He also saw small ovarian cyst, but said it would disappear. All comments requested. Thank you!
Added 29 Dec 2010:
He said he recommends it to prevent possible spotting and miscarriage.
13 Feb 2011
I realize this answer is very late and hopefully things are okay with you. I don't know the effects of isoxsuprine on pregnancy, but I have seen agents like nifedipine (which is also a blood pressure medicine) used effectively to prevent early contractions.
Your obstetrician will know what's best for you as they see a lot of cases like this.
- Isoxsuprine Information for Consumers
- Isoxsuprine Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Isoxsuprine (detailed)
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